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Economic Review 2019

Economic Review 2019

Pakistan’s economy in 2019 faced many challenges like trade, current account and budget deficits, increase in electricity and gas prices, high inflation and political situation of the country. Trade deficit is continuously increasing; government is trying to control this as …

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Review of economic survey

Review of economic survey

The Analysis of Economic Survey of Pakistan FY2019 analyzed that the macroeconomic stability is a fundamental pre-requisite for sustained economic growth. Pakistan’s economy has experienced frequent boom and bust cycles. Typically, each cycle comprised of 3-4 years of relatively higher …

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Revival of economy trend

Revival of economy trend

Prime Minister of Pakistan has recently claimed that economy is back on track and now stabilized, rupee is gaining without any support, main indicators are positive, current account deficit is in control and foreign reserves are increasing. On the other …

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The Global Decline of Manufacturing

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Emerging and advanced economies alike are experiencing a decline of their manufacturing sectors, which are becoming less and less important for national incomes. In the 1980s, industrial production made up a quarter or more of national GDPs around the world, but …

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Healthy economic outlook of GCC countries

Healthy economic outlook of GCC countries

According to the International statistics, the world economy is projected to increase at 3 percent in 2019— a significant drop from 2017-18 for emerging market and developing economies also advanced economies — before recovering to 3.4 percent in 2020. The …

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